Here’s what we caught on our radar this week…
#1 TOMS’ Deconstructed Alpargata
In case you’re wondering, the word ‘alpargata’ is a Spanish alteration of the Arabic word ‘Al-Parghah’ meaning sandal Java 64-bit. But that’s not why we’re here. TOMS is back with a riff on their TOMS Classics Espadrille. With raw edges and a blanket-stitch jute sole, the Alpargata promises to be the most comfortable slip-ons yet 슈퍼윙스 시즌3! We love that they come in Chambray – just in time for the big denim patchwork trend that’s hitting the stores. Oh and yes – with every pair of shoes you purchase, TOMS will give a new pair of shoes to a child in need 노란리본 다운로드.
#2 Nature’s Bling
The Tiffany & Co cacao encoder. Blue Book is an annual publication showcasing the world’s most beautiful and rare jewels 13 times more men's downloads than flowers. First printed in 1845, it has been tradition that the Blue Book is accompanied by a Blue Book Collection Golden download my life.
Following in its tradition, this year’s Blue Book collection is a menagerie for the imagination entitled The Art of the Wild, with nature and the earth’s creatures as muses 드림위버 cs5 5. Whether you’re a lover of the bling or inspired to design your own, you will appreciate these exquisitely designed pieces, imitating feathers, flora and fauna in sparkling precious and semi-precious stones, set in precious metals 3m post-it. Holly Golightly would have been charmed.
#3 Ladylike Bags
Slung across your body or handheld, last year’s lady-like bags were all over the runways and the trend has carried over into Spring/Summer 2017 characters on your smartphone. Roger Vivier’s take this season on the trapezoid bag blossoms with floral appliqué and laser cutouts, while the classic Viv’ Cabas option remains in pale pink, with the brand’s signature curved buckle pgadmin 3 다운로드.
#4 Longchamp Launches Eyewear
Longchamp has announced that their collections will extend to eyewear in partnership with Marchon Eyewear, the company who also manufactures licensed eyewear for brands such as Calvin Klein, Karl Lagerfeld, Marni and Chloe. The Longchamp Eyewear collections will fall under the design and creative direction of Sophie Delafontaine, Longchamp’s Artistic Director. Fans can expect the launch of their new women’s lines in Fall/Winter 2017 with a full range of optical frames and sunglasses.
Image credits: TOMS Malaysia, Tiffany & Co., Melium Group, Longchamp Malaysia